Thanks a million... this is really the info I was looking for, and where my biggest concerns lie. I'm fortunate enough that my existing config will not need to be upgraded on my PC to enjoy Oculus Rift or Vive, but I really only want it for interactive gaming.
This settles my decision on whether or not to hold off even further. Hopefully, the PS4 version will be more game oriented... but even though it is specifically for a gaming console I'm not holding my breath at this point. I'll probably be holding off for at least another year.
[Edited by AdmiralP, 4/25/2016 4:50:19 PM]
On top of costing a fair amount for the VR gear itself, you also need a fairly beefy rig to run games in VR with higher visual settings.
I'd wait a few years and see how it evolves, lest we forget 3D gaming and how that went over.
I've tried both the Vive and the OR and they both impinge on the arms of my glasses and press them in to the side of my head, which is very uncomfortable after a short duration of time. Also, there just isn't enough depth of field yet, or at least enough of an adjustment for one, that really suits my prescription. The feeling around the office is mutual for those of us whom wear glasses and have tried both.
Clearly, other people are going to have differing experiences so what doesn't work for me may work just fine for someone else.
I will buy VR 2.0 with a new PC for xmas 2017.
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